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We hope you love our Perfect Exposure technology as much we do.  It’s great to analyze images and unlock the right exposure in every pixel.  But some photos need a little extra love before we can work our magic. Image Ambulance to the Rescue If a photo is in really bad shape, then Image Ambulance […]

We built an amazing tool into Perfectly Clear and we’d like you to take a look… at LOOKs! If you’ve wanted to add creative stylizing to your images in Perfectly Clear it’s never been easier. LOOKs are unique to Perfectly Clear and they are world’s better than presets in other apps. What Makes a LOOK? […]

This is a guest post by Photofocus writer Vanelli.  Click to see more of his articles. While I was at a photography conference, I ran into my good friend, Lou Manna. Lou’s award-winning photographs have appeared in over 40 cookbooks, in marketing campaigns for Kraft Foods, Dannon and the Culinary Institute of America, as well […]

This is a guest post by Photofocus writer Susan Kanfer.  Click to see more of her stories. Always think of the wind, even when it doesn’t seem like a windy day. Anything affected by even the slightest amount of wind will look blurry. Unless you purposely want a blurred image, you might need to increase […]

Did you get the chance to photograph the solar eclipse?  If so we have some suggested editing tips to enhance your image using your favorite raw converter and Perfectly Clear.  We think this is the perfect combination to unlock the best details in your photo. Convert the Raw File The first step to a great […]

This is a guest post by Photofocus writer Levi Sim who’s also a professional photographer from Portland Oregon.  Click to see more of his stories. When the sun and the moon and the earth line up with the moon in the middle it makes a solar eclipse. This happens from time to time, but since […]

The following is a guest post by professional photographer Lisa Robinson, Owner/Lead Photographer at Lovesome Photography.  She creates award winning wedding & portrait photos to the Washington, D.C. area & beyond. There are many ways that we, as photographers, bring focus to the subjects of our photos. We use light and shadow, composition, and focal […]

This is a guest post from Levi Sim, a talented photographer and a writer over at Photofocus. I’m a snob about lighting, which means I won’t make a picture if the light isn’t good enough. When I have the opportunity to influence the light on my subjects, the one tool I use most frequently is […]

  Personalizing Powerful Plugins with Serge Ramelli  We’ve demonstrated a lot of plugins on this show, and we love that they add power to Lightroom’s finishing tools. This month, fine art photographer and educator, Serge Ramelli is going to show us how to take all those plugins and make them ours. He’ll show us how […]